I remember the classic black-and-white movies with the little paperboy shouting “EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT!” I remember films and shows that spun attention-grabbing newspaper headlines towards the screen. I remember early college mornings spent with The New York Times, learning more intricacies of the New York Yankees than I ever cared to know.
But pretty soon, when it comes to newspapers, all I’ll have are memories. And I don’t know if that’s a bad thing; in some ways it’s fine. But it’s definitely sad, and newspapers’ new Internet versions create more complications than I initially realized.
Television has gone from eight channels to 800, from black-and-white to color, from standard definition to High. Newspapers have little choice in the impending transition. Part of me is glad they don’t. But part of me wishes their future weren’t so bleak.
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